The Lamborghini LM002 is a bit of a unicorn. See, Lamborghini only built 328 units of these, which is why we don’t often see these vintage machines. In the few times we do, though, it’s always a treat—especially when it’s in excellent condition like the one we have here.
This is a 1988-spec LM002 that’s up for auction on RM Sotheby’s, and it’s expected to fetch €250,00 to €300,000 (P14-17 million) when it finally goes under the hammer on February 2, 2022.
This three-decade-old Lambo was bought new on April 29, 1988, by prominent Italian industrialist Sergio Tontarelli. It remained in his possession for 28 years, during which it covered only a “modest mileage.” The succeeding owner was able to properly maintain the vehicle throughout the years, and as the photos indicate, the car show-worthy LM002 only has 22,616km on it.
There’s no mention whether or not some bits and pieces have already been replaced, but both the interior and the exterior still appear to be bone-stock and in great shape. No signs of rust or significant damages can be seen on the body, and the paint looks clean as well.
Inside, all the gray leather and wood accents seem to be intact. Granted, there’s noticeable wear on parts like the pedals, steering wheel, buttons, and upholstery, but that’s to be expected from a vehicle this old. Nothing here that a decent detailing job can’t fix.
This LM002 with chassis number 12110 also still has its 5.2-liter V12 under its hood. It was actually serviced just in December 2021 by Cartech Knowledge GmbH of Ismaning, Germany, with the entire job costing about €16,500 (P950,000), so we expect the vehicle still runs as good as the day it rolled off from the dealership.
What do you think of this vintage Lamborghini LM002?
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